A Bear In Her Tank - Poem by Alexandre Nodopaka
Butterfly kisses and teddy bear hugs
give life to a love deep and strong.
Chubby hands and arms to hold on tight
set the beauty of the world to song.
Sturdy little feet and a smile for me,
keep your butterfly kisses and
teddy hugs don't grow on me too soon.
Speaking of butterflies, Romeo grown up,
with laughter engorged, pulses and inflates
his blue-blooded stratum. He vainly hums,
which vein thou speak of.
Taken aback by such impertinent question,
Juliette blushes, leaps over the balcony,
which act loosens the tiger in her 32-cylinder tank,
convincing her she's a jaguar and he her pray.
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